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Number: AC0913 | AC L-15



floral, jasmine, lactonic, tuberose, yellow plum sweet, creamy, coconut provides

creamy and soft nuances to opulent flowers like tuberose or champaca, adds milky accents to sandalwood compositions.

Chemical name: 5- hexyl-5- methyloxolan-2-one

Appearance:      colorless clear liquid (est)

Odor Type:         floral

Odor Strength:  medium

Odor Description: sweet, lactonic, creamy, coconut, fatty, powdery and coumarin nuances

Longevity:           192 Hour(s)

Flash Point:         230.00 °F. TCC ( 110.00 °C. )

Recommended usage levels up to: 1.0000 % in the fragrance concentrate.

Product Reviews

(5 Ratings, 3 Reviews) Average Rating:
milky background in jasmine
Parker Turtenwald (Olympia, WA) 11/28/2019 12:25 AM
milky, coconut (without being too coconut), in a smooth very simple plain opaque sort of way. slightly floral, in a less common sort of way. Yes, I think one could say this is "beautiful". There's something about this that is distinctly jasmine in a way that few other single fragrance chemicals are. If one can use this analogy, this would be like the "paper" in the background of a sketch of the smell of jasmine.
Quite excellent material for its purpose, adding elegance and smoothing blend
Bill Roberts (Indian Rocks Beach, FL) 7/8/2019 3:05 PM
Like Anthony I have bought many individual materials hoping they had strong "jasmine" quality but none do. Many however are very valuable in formulations nonetheless. Reported qualities for lactojasmone are fresh waxy coconut jasmin spicy natural lactonic creamy, all of which I agree with except spicy, and must be understood as being subtle, elegant, classy, and smooth rather than powerful. I ordinarily use at about 3 ppm. It is not something to build a perfume around but is a top shelf material to include.
Not what I expected
Anthony Sanchez (Oakland, CA) 12/9/2018 4:49 PM
I was expecting a strong floral jasmine odor. Instead the predominant note that I detected was a mild lactonic creamy coconut with just a hint of floral character. My wife's appraisal was similar. I'm sure it can useful but it was just not what I expected